GandCrab operators come out of retirement with a new stain of 'REvil' ransomware

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The criminals behind the GandCrab ransomware appear to have relaunched themselves with a new brand of ransomware
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The criminals behind the GandCrab ransomware appear to have relaunched themselves with a new brand of ransomware

In their farewell message in June, the group believed to be behind the new ransomware said they wanted to enjoy a "well-deserved retirement"

The criminals behind the GandCrab ransomware, who announced their retirement in June, have relaunched themselves with a new brand of ransomware. That's according to the researchers at cyber security...

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